Where Homes Are Selling in 2 Months Or Less

Nationally, homes spent 95 days on the market in
April, which is up 13 percent year-over-year, according to April housing data
from
Realtor.com of 146
markets.

But in a few markets, the median
age of inventory of homes for sale was less than 60 days.

Here are the fastest-selling cities from April:

Denver
Median days on the market: 44
days

Median list price:
$249,900

Oakland,
Calif.

Median days on the market:
44 days

Median
list price: $319,950

San
Francisco

Median days on the market:
54 days

Median
list price: $645,000

Washington,
D.C.-Md.-Va.

Median days on the market:
57 days

Median
list price: $369,900

Tulsa,
Okla.

Median days on the market:
58 days

Median
list price: $149,900

Bakersfield,
Calif.

Median days on the market:
58 days

Median
list price: $135,000

San Jose,
Calif.

Median days on the market: 59
days

Median list price: $480,000

Fresno,
Calif.

Median days on the market:
59 days

Median
list price: $160,000

Omaha,
Neb.

Median days on the market: 59
days

Median list price:
$152,725

And where were homes spending the
longest number of days on the market? Savannah, Ga., where the median days on
the market in April was 198 days, according to Realtor.com housing data.

View the March report: 11 Cities Where Homes Sell the
Fastest

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